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Dale Moss speaks out on Clare Crawley breakup
Dale Moss has opened up about his broken engagement with Clare Crawley.

Elliot Page and Emma Portner say they are divorcing
Elliot Page and Emma Portner are getting divorced.

Watergate inspired movies. The Trump era history will likely be told on TV
"Frontline" closes out its stellar work during the Trump presidency with "Trump's American Carnage," a documentary charting the chaos and discord that characterized Donald Trump's time in the White House, methodically charting crises from his first days in office through the violent insurrection at the Capitol.

Justin Timberlake doesn't want to be 'weirdly private' about his kids
Justin Timberlake and wife Jessica Biel want to keep their children out of the spotlight but for good reason.

Beyoncé drops new 'Icy Park' collection for Ivy Park
Beyoncé has released a new Ivy Park collection called Icy Park, filled with streetwear, footwear and winter pieces for her fans.

Keira Knightley won't act in sex scenes directed by men
According to Keira Knightley, she doesn't "have an absolute ban" on shooting nude scenes, but she's not comfortable doing so with male directors.

Steve Harvey has his eye on daughter's boyfriend, Michael B. Jordan
Steve Harvey has given his approval of his daughter Lori's relationship with Michael B. Jordan - for now.

'Bridgerton' viewers spot a historical mistake in scenes
Oh, dear. How ever could they have missed this during their promenade around the town square?

'Godzilla vs Kong' trailer gives first glimpse of epic monster showdown
Hollywood has rocked the internet with a glimpse of a monster new offering -- "Godzilla vs Kong."

DJ Spinderella says she was 'wrongfully excluded' from Salt-N-Pepa's Lifetime biopic
DJ Spinderella is speaking out about being excluded from the production of the Salt-N-Pepa biopic that premiered this weekend on Lifetime.

Song Yoo-jung, South Korean TV star, dead at 26
South Korean actress Song Yoo-jung has died at the age of 26, her agency confirmed Monday.

Selena Gomez hopes her knife skills make the cut in new season of 'Selena + Chef'
Selena Gomez is putting it on all the line -- including her fingers -- in the new season of "Selena + Chef."

Gregory Sierra, 'Sanford and Son' and 'Barney Miller' actor, dies at 83
Actor Gregory Sierra, best known for his roles in "Sanford and Son" and "Barney Miller," died on January 4 from cancer, his widow Helene Tabor confirmed to CNN Friday. He was 83.

'The White Tiger' presents a searing look at India's caste system
"The White Tiger" is one of those movies that would likely struggle to claw out much attention without Netflix's muscle behind it, underscoring the streaming service's ability to lead people to worthwhile films they might not see -- in this case, a sobering adaptation of Aravind Adiga's award-winning book that dissects India's caste system.

'The Simpsons' seemed to get it right again -- by predicting part of the inauguration
First things first: No, "The Simpsons" cannot actually predict the future.

Comedy steps up as a respite from our current woes
A funny thing happened on the way to 2021. Let Nicolas Cage, Rachel Brosnahan and Keegan-Michael Key provide comic relief from our current woes.

'In & Of Itself' brings Derek DelGaudio's unique magic act into your living room
Magic and monologues turn out to be a potent streaming combination, conjuring a taste of the theatrical experience that many sorely miss. The latest example, "In & Of Itself," transforms Derek DelGaudio's long-running stage show into an absorbing Hulu special, one that actually builds on the in-person experience by mashing together numerous shows as opposed to filming just one.

We need more 'trauma-free Blackness.' Here's a start

What Dakota Johnson's moving performance as a dying woman taught her a lot about living
Dakota Johnson's latest role in the poignant film "Our Friend" taught her life lessons she plans to carry with her.

Dave Chappelle asymptomatic after testing positive for Covid-19
Comedian Dave Chappelle has tested positive for Covid-19 but is asymptomatic, according to a statement from his representative obtained by the Hollywood Reporter.

Cheers, my dears. 'Bridgerton' is returning for a second season
"Bridgerton" fans can breathe a sigh of relief after Netflix announced a second season of the hit show.

Trump's 'reality TV presidency' gets a new, more produced look with Biden TV
Much has been written about Donald Trump's "TV presidency," and how the former reality-TV star sought to produce his time in the White House. Throughout his presidential campaign, however, Joe Biden's team -- in its adherence to Covid protocols -- has been shaped through the language of television, creating crowd-pleasing TV moments minus the crowds.

What made 'Celebrating America' soar
Other inaugural celebrations have festooned chilly Washington, DC, nights in white ties, gilded gowns, and crowded dance floors. Not this one.

Dustin Diamond completes first round of chemotherapy for cancer treatment
Former "Saved by the Bell" star Dustin Diamond is making progress in his fight against cancer.

Chrissy Teigen lost a tooth in a Fruit Roll-Up at the inauguration
Good news and bad news for Chrissy Teigen. President Biden followed her on Twitter but she also lost a tooth.

'One Night in Miami' packs a powerful dramatic punch
A fascinating historical meeting of the minds provides the foundation for Regina King's impressive feature film directorial debut in "One Night in Miami," a creative extrapolation about Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke coming together in 1964. It's a small but riveting movie, anchored by a quartet of knockout performances.

See what's streaming in January
See some of what's streaming on Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+ and more in January.

'Tiger' puts Tiger Woods' life and career back under the microscope
There's inevitably a salacious aspect to "Tiger," an HBO documentary about the rise and fall of Tiger Woods, since what happened in Vegas -- and elsewhere -- definitely didn't stay there. Overall, though, this engrossing two-part film captures the forces that shaped the golf legend, renewing appreciation for his staggering talent while waving a cautionary flag regarding how it was forged.

'WandaVision' flexes some different muscles as Marvel adds its power to Disney+
Marvel flexes different muscles with "WandaVision," leveraging major assets while stretching its creative formula in this first series for Disney+. The result wields more of a scalpel than a hammer, wryly celebrating the history of television while slowly, very slowly, pulling the viewer into an enticing "The Twilight Zone"-esque mystery.

'Mr. Mayor' elects Ted Danson to play TV's latest politician
Ted Danson has a way of classing up even a so-so premise, and so it is with "Mr. Mayor," a new sitcom from the "30 Rock" tandem of Robert Carlock and Tina Fey. Returning to NBC fresh off "The Good Place," the show allows its star to cut loose as L.A.'s unlikely new mayor, which is a pretty good place to start. - Funny News

Gamers prove their metal as rock stars
Jess Hu is a child care provider from Brooklyn, New York, but for 20 hours a week, she's a rock star. That's how much she estimates she plays the video game "Rock Band."

Comedian is living in an Ikea store
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Texas town hopes to become UFO landing spot

Governor's son sells 'Don't Drop the Soap'
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Cops snag lotto ticket from accused drug dealer
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Politician cuts the fat with photo fakery
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Puppy vs. polar cub for cuteness title